Opinion - Ong Qiyan, Walter Theseira
Too many small nudges could lead to big problems, argue two social scientists in Singapore.
Opinion - Lorenz Goette
Nudges work best when individuals are given feedback on the implications of their actions, and when policymakers weigh the costs and benefits of nudges alongside standard policy measures.
Article - Charmaine Lim
Intentional habit formation can help to drive the adoption of more sustainable eco-friendly behaviours.
Editorial - Alvin Pang
In this issue of ETHOS Digital Edition, we bring together perspectives on how behavioural insights can contribute to policymaking and intervention in constructive ways.
Article - Charmaine Lim, Mervin Loi, Do Hoang Van Khanh
Nudges and other behaviourally compatible strategies could help address the challenges of learning modes that blend face-to-face and online learning.
Article - Jason Boh
Carefully chosen and tested behavioural interventions can complement traditional policy tools in cultivating more environmentally friendly habits and actions.
The 4th Behavioural Exchange conference, an annual conference, discusses how behavioural insights can strengthen policy design and implementation.
A robust and evidence-based approach to public policy is essential to good government.
Applying behavioural economics to learning and child development can help solve complex problems in education.
ETHOS is a publication of the Civil Service College, Singapore. It aims to provide thought leadership, insight and context on a wide range of public policy issues of interest to Singapore.